Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist
Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song
Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists
Cold Rain & Snow
Me And Bobby McGee
China Cat Sunflower >
I Know You Rider
Next Time You See Me
Black Throated Wind
Playin' In The Band
One More Saturday Night
It Hurts Me Too
Ramble On Rose
Big Railroad Blues
Sugar Magnolia >
Caution (Do Not Stop on Tracks) >
Johnny B Goode
As well as repairing the digital errors on d3, I have eliminated some small gaps between tracks on d1 and d2. I have also moved the "count in" to Playin' from the end of d1 to the start of d2 as this seems to make more sense.
April 17, 2016 Subject:
Like a wave upon the sand...
The P.I.T.B is straight forward and rocking and very tight yet not very spacey in any way like what we would see in 1973 but it still almost hits 10 minutes.
What a big difference from the same date in history in 1971 where P.I.T.B was just under 5 minutes.
(I am not knocking 71. The Dead had to tear it all down and rebuild it again. The Princeton 1971 show is a beauty in its own right)
The influence of Keith on this band should not be underestimated not just for his work on the keys but because it freed Phil up to just tear loose...
Daybreak on the land...
January 31, 2011 Subject:
I haven't hear anything form Europe 72 that isn't amazing. The band were truly hitting a peak. Every tune just sparkles with energy and passion.
It's hard to pick out favourite performances but the China->Rider and Big x stand out. The show stopper would easily be the DS->Sugar Mag->Caution. I personally prefer the Dark Star from 4/14 but it's apples and oranges - both have a different vibe. Listen to both, I doubt you'll be disappointed!
Thanks, again to SirMick for his hard work on bringing this gorgeous sounding piece of music to the archive.
September 28, 2010 Subject:
Behold, a Perfect Dead Show
This is the Grateful Dead in every las ounce of their power & glory. Signature versions of China > Rider, Saturday Night, Ramble On Rose, BRR Blues, J.B.Goode and an uptempo He's Gone. Pigpen's tunes are heartmelting. Stuff of legend.
I'm getting periodic little bursts of static. Anyone else? Maybe it's just how I have my SoundStudio software setup....
December 31, 2009 Subject:
If you're looking for an outstanding Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks), look no further...
Great sound. Excellent show. The closest I'll ever get to that 72' sound considering I was born in 1973. Thanks Sir Mick!!!
April 16, 2009 Subject:
I just listened to a '71 and it's remarkable how much they improved in '72. The sound quality on this is really good and so is the mix. Awesome job and many thanks SirMick! It's very much like Europe '72 (maybe some of these performances are on the CD?). Man, why didn't they put that Dark Star on the album ("sorry boys, management says it's too damn long"). I totally agree with oh_uh_um_ah…good point about Pigpen and Keith. I'm surprised that heads aren't freaking about this show!!! It's easily one of the best shows I've ever heard and it goes well with wine and probably other intoxicants as well.
December 24, 2008 Subject:
The GRATEFUL DEAD "Live" at the Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen, Denmark April 17, 1972